Rule 2960. Proceedings upon Opening of Judgment. Pleadings. Jury Trial. Waiver.
If a judgment is opened in whole or in part the issues to be tried shall be defined by the complaint if a complaint has been filed, and by the petition, answer and the order of the court opening the judgment. There shall be no further pleadings. The right to a jury trial on the opened judgment shall be deemed waived unless a party files and serves a written demand for jury trial within twenty days after the order opening judgment; but if the issue is referred to compulsory arbitration, Rule 1007.1 shall apply.
Added June 27, 1969, effective January 1, 1970; amended October 4, 1973, effective December 1, 1973.
The provisions of this Rule 2960 amended April 1, 1996, effective July 1, 1996, 26 Pa.B. 1806.
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